Gibbus Moony Wants to Bite You! (Google eBook)

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Simon and Schuster, Aug 9, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 40 pages
8 Reviews
Move over Edward Cullen! There’s a new cute vampire in town.

Gibbus Moony’s grownup fangs have finally grown in. Now all he wants to do is chomp on something juicy! All day Gibb hunts high and low for his first unsuspecting victim. But just when he thinks he’s found the perfect bite, he may discover something even more fang-tabulous to sink his teeth into. Humor, heart, and charming illustrations make this a toothsome treat for Halloween promotions and beyond!

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Review: Gibbus Moony Wants to Bite You!

User Review  - Jessica - Goodreads

Just okay for our family. The artwork was cute and colorful, but... Vampires are kind of scary for very young kids, aren't they? Also contains a reference to "sissies", which seems like outdated, sexist language to my ears. It was a random library pick that we won't read again. Read full review

Review: Gibbus Moony Wants to Bite You!

User Review  - Linda - Goodreads

cute story. Lots of puns. A little vampire is growing up and needs to break his habit of biting. Meeting a little (human) boy and his biting toddler sister, Gibbus develops a friendship and appropriately channels his biting. Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Leslie Muir is a writer, painter, and poet. She is the author of Gibbus Moony Wants to Bite You!, illustrated by Jen Corace; forthcoming Barry B. Wary (Disney-Hyperion, May 2011), to be illustrated by Carrie Gifford, and The Little Bitty Bakery (Disney-Hyperion, August 2011), to be illustrated by Betsy Lewin. Leslie lives in Atlanta, Georgia with her husband and two sons.You can visit her at

Jen Corace is the illustrator of Little Pea, Little Hoot, and Little Oink by Amy Krouse Rosenthal.  She graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design with a BFA in illustration.  She also creates fine art, with a focus on the Victorian and Edwardian eras.  You can visit her at

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